[OS X TeX] Code folding
Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Thu Aug 4 19:31:43 CEST 2005
Mark Smith wrote:
>@ 16:27 on 4.8.05, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>>>additional "structural view" of the document might be as good as, or
>>>preferable to folding ?
>>Here, I don't "see" what you have in mind.
>You snipped me there a bit. I was just thinking out loud: *If* one had:
> markers (a la functions) which are navigable (including via
Sorry about that but, because of the "and", I hadn't realized the one
was conditional on the other.
> some kind of extra view of the document (maybe a drawer, maybe
>an extra window, maybe something else ?)
>...would folding still be desirable/necessary ?
>To provide some context, there are a couple of OS X apps, that I am
>aware of, that provide all three (i.e. folding, structure navigation
I am leading a protected life and have no idea what "structure
navigation" could be.
>a separate structural view): Omnioutliner and oXygen. Some that provide
>two (e.g. TextMate (markers and folding)) and others with (at the
>moment) only one (e.g. BBEdit (only has markers)). I reckon that having
>all three is not really necessary.
But I will look up Omnioutliner and oXygen. Under no circumstance,
though, can I give up TeXShop. After all, even though it had a
reasonable outliner mode which I used a lot, I gave up—gladly if at a
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